Sloppy, unkept; stale or musty.
Your living room is frowzy, it smells like something died in here!
cabin smelled frowzy after being closed for six months. The campers looked just as frowzy as the threadbare
furniture and moth-eaten carpets.
frowzy, frowz, frowzin
adjective and verb
originally used as a term for a fussy feline that is difficult to console. can also be used to describe a person that is worked up and/or upset/fussy. mostly used as a term to describe fussy "cat people".
can be used to express emotion. see frowz
You look frowzy. What's wrong?
I'm so frowzy right now.
Don't worry about him, he's just frowzin.
When one is drowsy but, still wants to undergo frisky behavior.
I was frowzy with my girlfriend last night, although we were tired, i got it in.
(adj) the act of being irritated, frustrated, or annoyed; feeling or showing anger
Dayum, Setphanie is frowzy today.
A situation, person, object or anything that is wrong, usually used humourously.